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phoenix textiles is the first Australian company to bring back a classic look to home textile fabric.
With a modern twist, this textiles brand has created an iconic look for a home.
The original phoenix fabric was created in 1913, and it was worn by many celebrities and fashion designers from the 1920s to the 1960s.
Phoenix textile fabrics have become iconic, with many brands including Gucci, Levi’s, Prada and Chanel making it their first choice.
This new design is more contemporary than its predecessor, and the company says it is a tribute to the Australian home.
“We wanted to create a fabric that is timeless and that still speaks to our history,” CEO of phoenix textile, Tim O’Sullivan, told News.co.au.
“We’re going for a retro feel with this design.
We wanted to bring that to a fabric for which we have a great heritage.”
Phoenix textilties first production run will be in July and it will sell out.
It is set to go on sale at Phones 4U stores in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane and Perth.
The retail price of the first print will be $199.99.
Phoenix is selling its own range of products, including a range of textiles from its home textiliaties, but also some of its own.
This is to allow for the consumer to find the right fit for them.
“The range of fabrics is designed for people who want something with a bit more personality,” Mr O’Brien said.
“The fabrics that we have on offer are all designed to complement the fabric we are selling, so if you want something that has more personality, it might be the textiles we offer.”
In terms of quality, we’ve got some of the best in the industry and we’re proud to be the only Australian company in the world to have a brand that is able to offer that.
“This is a brand which is known for its innovative and timeless designs.”
This isn’t a luxury brand. “
This is not a fashion brand.
This isn’t a luxury brand.
We don’t want to make things that are trendy.
We want people to feel good about themselves.”
The brand is currently looking to expand its existing stores in Melbourne, Sydney and Perth, with further locations planned for Brisbane and Adelaide.
Phones 4u has also set up a new store in the inner-city suburb of Mount Isa, which will be open from April 3.
“This is the place where we can get people to see the products that are on offer in a more modern and exciting way,” Mr Kowalski said.
Mr O’Connell said the brand would also be looking to get a foothold in Brisbane.
“If you’re going to buy something from Phones, you’re probably going to want something in Brisbane,” he said.
Phones is looking to build a brand for the 21st century.
“I think it’s a great opportunity for us to be able to deliver the products we’ve been talking about for a long time,” Mr Woden said.